115: 10 *Superstar* Blood Markers + Functional Ranges to Help Serve Your Patients & Grow Your Practice.
If we’re being honest, analyzing blood labs can be… well, A LOT.
There’s just a whole lot goin’ on.
A lot of blood markers. A lot of ranges. A lottt of numbers.
And if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, it can be a lot to decipher (ok I’m done with “a lot” 😂).
But, being able to spot a potential problem BEFORE it develops is exactly what makes an amazing clinician, and that’s the whole premise of functional blood analysis.
And guess what? It doesn’t have to be complicated.
In today’s podcast, I share my favorite (and what I consider the most important) functional blood markers. Plus, what to look out for when you’re viewing your patient’s results.
So, come on over and have a listen. (And bring your notepad 😉). There’s some seriously great points in here I don’t want you to miss. ☺️
- (4:23) A refresher on what’s meant by “functional ranges” of bloodwork
- (6:15) A blood marker I’ve always kept my eye on (and you should too)
- (10:27) Use this marker as a window to peek in on your patient’s risk of disease 👀 Plus, a GREAT book recommendation on this topic 📖
- (13:49) A new look at cholesterol and a silly (but helpful) little acronym for ya 😏
- (20:24) Numbers aside, don’t forget this crucial part of caring for your patients!
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